> > > Yes, this configuration guide you've read is for Linux, thus it will > use pppd by Paul Mackeras. pppd is in the base system(/usr/sbin/pppd), > but it's an older version than the Linux one, since most people on FreeBSD > use user-ppp(/usr/sbin/ppp). So, bad news first: > pppd probably won't work(at least won't work by copying > a configuration file you've found on the internet). I have many > doubts that FreeBSD's pppd can be used with pptp. > > The good news are, that poptop is supported(it's in the ports), > you just have to use user-ppp(which you seem to already use, since > the name of the process above is ppp). Isn't the pptp entry on > /etc/ppp/ppp.conf, installed from the port??? > Did you search the package for configuration samples? > > > > > > Does anyone have a working example of poptop-based vpn server > > > The pptp server/client of preference for a FreeBSD system, is in my humble > opinion net/mpd. I suggest you to use that. There many guides on "pptp > and mpd" lying around on the net. > > HTH, Nikos >
Okay, I tried to install mpd, but now i doesn't seem to work ===============/usr/local/etc/mpd/mpd.conf======== default: load pptp1 pptp1: new -i ng0 pptp1 pptp1 set iface disable on-demand set iface enable proxy-arp set iface idle 0 set iface enable tcpmssfix set bundle enable multilink set link yes acfcomp protocomp set link no pap chap set link enable chap set link keep-alive 10 60 set ipcp yes vjcomp set ipcp ranges 192.168.1.4/32 192.168.1.151/32 set ipcp dns 192.168.1.4 set ipcp nbns 192.168.1.4 set link disable pap set bundle enable compression set ccp yes mppc #set ccp yes mpp-e40 set ccp yes mpp-e128 set ccp yes mpp-stateless #set bundle enable crypt-reqd ===============/usr/local/etc/mpd/mpd.linksf======== pptp1: set link type pptp ## define the link type protocol as PPTP set pptp self 192.168.1.4 ## define the IP address on which MPD will run set pptp enable incoming ## define the connection as Incoming set pptp disable originate ## enables PPTP connection for communication with the client ===============/etc/rc.conf======== .... mpd_enable="YES" gateway_enable="YES" .... And a /usr/local/etc/mpd/mpd.secret is also there. I can start the service, but don't see any port 1793 by typing netstat -an And ifconfig doesn't show any pptp1 Are there any obvious errors in this configuration? Regards, Jon _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"